Must Read: Sources Say Anna Wintour May Be Leaving 'Vogue,' Kris Van Assche Named Artistic Director at Berluti

Plus, Petra Collins directed Cardi B's new video.
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Anna Wintour at Balmain's Fall 2018 show. Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

Anna Wintour at Balmain's Fall 2018 show. Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Sources say Anna Wintour may be leaving Vogue
Late on Monday, Page Six reported that a number of sources have come forth to declare the end of Anna Wintour's Vogue reign. The all-mighty editor-in-chief — whose appearance is famously marked by an expertly styled bob and dark sunglasses — is said to depart her role this summer, giving her just enough time to close the glossy's all-important September issue. There are also rumors that British Vogue's newly installed editor-in-chief, Edward Enninful, will replace Wintour. Nevertheless, a Condé Nast corporate spokesperson told Page Six that the they "emphatically deny these rumors." {Page Six}

Kris Van Assche named artistic director at Berluti 
In today's round of designer musical chairs, Berluti named Kris Van Assche as its new artistic director. The news comes fresh off Van Assche's exit announcement from Dior Homme after an 11-year run as its creative director. The Belgian designer will succeed Haider Ackermann at the French menswear house and will show his first collection for the luxury brand in January. {WWD}

Petra Collins directed Cardi B's new video 
For Cardi B's hotly anticipated "Bartier Cardi" music video, the rapper enlisted fashion darling Petra Collins to give the track a decadently retro feel via her dreamy, hyper-feminine lens. In the four-minute video, which you can watch below, Collins captures a glammed-up Cardi B in a variety of old Hollywood settings surround by up-and-coming models like Salem Mitchell. Plus, the rapper's fiancé Offset makes a special cameo towards the end. {Fashionista inbox} 

How retailers are ramping up their customer service efforts to retain disgruntled online shoppers
In the age of social media, faulty and overdue packages don't go unnoticed — or rather, don't occur without a vicious tweet directed at the guilty retailer. What's more, with the speed at which we receive goods from Amazon, many of us forget what it's like to wait a proper three-five business days. As such, brands are ramping up their customer service efforts in order to retain dissatisfied and impatient online shoppers. {Business of Fashion

Bobbi Brown debuts new supplement line with QVC
On April 20, Bobbi Brown is taking her external beautifying powers and turning them inward: The makeup magnate is launching her new line of supplements, Evolution_18, on air with QVC. The wellness range consists of four products, including chocolate and vanilla powders, a probiotic and a hair, skin and nail supplement. In addition to QVC, Evolution_18 will sell direct-to-consumer online with the potential to be sold through other retailers later on. {WWD

André Leon Talley documentary to debut on May 25 
"The Gospel According to André," the feature-length film chronicling the life and career of former Vogue editor at large André Leon Talley, is set to be released on May 25. The documentary features exclusive interviews with Anna Wintour, Fran Lebowitz and Whoopi Goldberg, as well as a host of industry-leading designers. It will also show archival footage from the 67-year-old's celebrated career. You can watch the full trailer below. {WWD

Gwen Stefani is reportedly launching a cosmetics line 
Few days go by without hearing about a new Kardashian- or celebrity-helmed beauty brand, and Gwen Stefani is the latest singer to join the ranks of Rihanna and Madonna. According to TMZ, Stefani applied to trademark a new cosmetics brand, entitled P8NT, and registered to trademark more than 50 different items, including lipstick, mascara, eyebrow gel, false eyelashes, fake nails, concealer, shaving cream and anti-wrinkle cream. {TMZ}

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